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News broke just a short time ago that this year’s first round selection Alex Len had surgery on his right ankle Friday, according to AZ Central Sports.
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Alex Len underwent successful surgery on his right ankle on Friday.
The Phoenix Suns selected Len with the fifth overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.
“As a precautionary measure, our medical staff determined that it would be prudent to perform surgery on Alex Len’s right ankle at this time,” said Lon Babby. “That surgery was successfully completed this morning. As part of...
Suns center Alex Len, the fifth overall pick in June's NBA draft, underwent surgery on his right ankle Friday, but the team said he should be ready for the start of the season.
The 20-year-old Len, who played collegiately at Maryland, had surgery for a stress fracture in his left ankle following a sophomore season in which he averaged 11.9 points and 7.8 rebounds, and he was...
PHOENIX -- Perhaps the most qualified scouting report on the new basketball hotshot in town was served by a Butler.
After all, this Butler has been a teammate for the last two of the three seasons Eric Bledsoe has spent in the NBA.
"He's an explosive, dynamic guard who has superstar written all over him," Caron Butler, a veteran small forward who also arrives via...
Just minutes after it was revealed that Alex Len had surgery on his right ankle, the Suns signed Archie Goodwin, their other first round selection, to his rookie contract.
The Phoenix Suns started their rebuilding process a year ago and struggled on the court, finishing with the second-worst record in team history.
Behind a new general manager and coach, they're taking another stab at rebuilding, this time centering it on a proven veteran and an up-and-coming point guard.
With the additions of two-time All-Star Caron Butler and third-year guard...
Despite the fact that he’s still fairly young and began to flourish late in the season last year, the Suns declined to re-sign shooting guard Wesley Johnson this summer, allowing the Lakers to pick him up Saturday, according to Los Angeles Time Lakers beat writer Mike Bresnahan.